As a veteran trial lawyer, I know that preparing for trial is an ongoing process that starts as soon as you take on the case. But obviously, a lot of the important preparation happens in the weeks right before the trial is scheduled to start.
Collaborating with an outside perspective can assist with locating case weaknesses and blind spots.
Bringing a fresh set of eyes to view the case from a visual standpoint, how to better teach the jury about your case.
Focusing efforts on developing and polishing trial skills that easily translate into other areas of the practice of law and business.